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Zach
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OK so perhaps not technically slavery but it's effectively as close to slavery as you can get

No, it's not. Malaysia has one of the biggest towers in the world. M is made up of Indians, you can call them Malays. Chinese and Indians from India. The Malays are stupid people. They are Muslims. So the govt contracts out to mixed Chinese and Indians (from India). Not Wahoo Indians that John Wayne kept shooting.

The influx of more intelligent immigrants into M has had a positive effect. But the more intelligent folks didn't come into M to be enslaved. They came for money. And they made it.

Journalists are not interested in that story. Journalists are interests in oppression.






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JohnnyKilroy
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Malaysia has one of the biggest towers in the world. M is made up of Indians, you can call them Malays. Chinese and Indians from India. The Malays are stupid people. They are Muslims. So the govt contracts out to mixed Chinese and Indians (from India). Not Wahoo Indians that John Wayne kept shooting.

The influx of more intelligent immigrants into M has had a positive effect. But the more intelligent folks didn't come into M to be enslaved. They came for money. And they made it.



That's great and all. Dubai was still built using slave labor.






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Zach
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That's great and all. Dubai was still built using slave labor.

No. It was not. But Zach is going to have to leave you now. The roast is almost ready and Zach wants to see if Duck Dynasty got tivoed.






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a want
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The question is why is the city so shitty now.

Well it's clearly b/c of leftist policies, according to the poli-board.

I mean: Think about how horrible San Fransisco, San Jose, and Austin are? I mean: those are liberal meccas -and they're all dumps!






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JohnnyKilroy
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Well it's clearly b/c of leftist policies


spot on






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SlowFlowPro
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Think about how horrible San Fransisco, San Jose, and Austin are?

well san francisco is racist and priced out black people

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San Jose

very likely going bankrupt

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Austin

recently emerging city and not as liberal as the others. also supported by the conservative economy of Texas






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Powerman
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That's a sweet story. How did they build it so cheap you crawfishing old bastard





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thelsutigers
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Well the thing that stands out to me is the data that shows white people went from 84% population to 10%. And the amount of Hispanics that moved in.





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deltaland
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Some pics



Wow. I knew Detroit had declined but damn I've never seen pictures...place looks like Pripyat.

Thats sad too... you can tell many of those buildings were beautiful in architecture.






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Bayou
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I'm glad I left

My 10 years in Saginaw was like pre-mature DEATH!






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thetempleowl
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The problems that destroyed detroit were more than just liberal policies. To claim it was only liberal policies would be foolish, even for politards.





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Bayou
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I'm glad I left

My 10 years in Saginaw was like pre-mature DEATH!






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LSUgusto
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Austin
The core of Austin's economy is taxpayer based, and extremely well funded thanks to the state's largest, most successful and conservative cities of Houston and Dallas.

Five of Austin's top 10 largest employers are publicly-funded institutions.

City of Austin
University of Texas
U.S. Federal Gov't.
State of Texas
Austin Independent School District






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Taxing Authority
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Austin

recently emerging city and not as liberal as the others. also supported by the economic refugees fleeing California for Texas
Fixed it.






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SlowFlowPro
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see gusto's post directly above this for what i meant





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Taxing Authority
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The problems that destroyed detroit were more than just liberal policies. To claim it was only liberal policies would be foolish, even for politards.
Name a conservative policy, and the conservative administrator that implemented it.






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PrimeTime Money
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Personally, I blame Tim the Tool Man Taylor.





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PrimeTime Money
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The core of Austin's economy is taxpayer based, and extremely well funded thanks to the state's largest, most successful and conservative cities of Houston and Dallas. Five of Austin's top 10 largest employers are publicly-funded institutions. City of Austin University of Texas U.S. Federal Gov't. State of Texas Austin Independent School District
To be fair, neither Houston nor Dallas are conservative.

It is fairly close in terms of percentages of Democrats and Republicans, but Houston and Dallas vote Democrat every year.

The rest of Texas is highly conservative, though.






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RogerTheShrubber
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Most large cities are "liberal" compared to suburbs or smaller towns.





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Taxing Authority
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see gusto's post directly above this for what i meant
i know. Just dog piling. I picked up a new client in Austin in process of moving their operation out of SF, CA. My second job for a relocating CA company in three weeks.






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